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Cripple Creek is located in the Hampshire countryside, near the picturesque village of Rowland’s Castle. The A3M and M27 are 2 miles away and Portsmouth and Chichester are 20 minutes' drive away. Very clean place and friendly owners made us feel welcome
Rowlands Castle No 41 offers family-run accommodations in Rowlands Castle. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. A flat-screen TV is offered. Susan & Herbert were perfect hosts and made us very welcome in their home. The room was perfect and provided the facilities we required. Breakfast was a choice of cereals/fruit/yoghurts/toast and then a small cooked breakfast which was sufficient for us. More was available if you requested. Thank you for a lovely stay, we will be popping over again in a couple of years.
Located in Emsworth in the Hampshire region, Old Dairy Farm Glamping features accommodations with free private parking. Lovely stay, plenty of room for me my other half and two dogs, so many nice little touches in and around the Yurt, I honestly cannot fault our stay everything was thought of and no stone left unturned. Dogs loved it lots of good walks and Debbie was so freindly and helpful 😁
Set in 16 acres of grazing land, The Old Dairy Farm offers bed and breakfast rooms with free internet.Surrounded by woods of Hollybank, it is half a mile from Westbourne. Spotlessly clean, everything you could think of provided and wonderful breakfast. Debbie was very welcoming.
Rowlands Castle is a very attractive rural location with good public transport links to the main tourist areas within Portsmouth and Southsea. It's closeness to the Motorway network makes it easy to find and there are excellent facilities, including for dining, within the village.
Quiet place despite its 3 pubs. Known it for nearly 60 years. Great access to Hampshire countryside, Portsmouth, Historic Dockyard etc., Chichester Harbour and West Sussex. Well connected with A3 M, M27 and station.
We stayed at the Rowlands castle as a stopover prior to our travel to Portsmouth to catch our ferry over to the isle of white, it was clean, comfortable, and great to enjoy a nice meal on site before our next day's travel, the room was small but had everything needed, comfortable bed, nice bathroom and fully stocked tea tray, Not sure about surrounding area as we only stayed over night.
Great, quiet spot as a place to stay whilst looking around the area with a view to moving to the area. Disappointed with Portsmouth, but Hayling Island, Bosham, Havant and Chichester were great. Hotel was set back off the main road and offered comfortable accommodation. Rooms had plenty tea, coffee biscuits etc., and bottled water was free. Staff friendly and breakfast was excellent. Girl behind bar didn't know what a 'Port & Lemonade' was, so I settled for a G & T (hardship lol!).
It was off the beaten track quiet, friendly village without tourist trappings, lovely for walks in the forest and not too far from major centres of Portsmouth and south coast. The Robin Hood inn seems to be the meeting place if you want to chat to some locals and some lovely old houses both big and small to admire, which is a fast diminishing pastime in UK villages with all of the developments currently in progress.
Great food, lots of car parking available. Very clean and obviously redecorated rooms. Only downside was absolutely no hit 2ater in the morning and with having to leave by 10 am being their policy no time for it heat up..